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Jan Dop, LL.M., Head of the Embassy Desk.

Russell Advocaten a Dutch  full service law firm, will host a seminar for a (40 persons) delegation of the Nigerian Bar Association, on Wednesday, February 24, 2016.

Subject: Seminar for the Nigerian Bar Association

Date: Wednesday, 24 February 2016

Program: 10:00    Coffee/tea

10:30 Opening speech Paul W.L. Russell (Senior partner Russell Advocaten / former Senator)

10:40 Opening speech Augustine Alegeh SAN (President of the Nigerian Bar Association)

10:50 Opening speech Mr. P.N. van Regteren Altena (Dean of the Bar Association Amsterdam)

11:00 Lecture H.E. Mr  H.C. Naves (President of the Amsterdam District Court) regarding The judiciary system in the Netherlands

11:40 Break

11:50 Lecture Mr. Jurjen Pen (criminal law specialist) and Jan Dop (partner Russell Advocaten/Head of Embassydesk)

12:30  Luncheon


Russell Advocaten  provides  legal services to Embassies and Consulates on a broad range of fields through its specialized Embassy Desk. They also services corporate clients from abroad  that intend to do business in the Netherlands. Their expertise lies in the fields of corporate law, real estate and lease law (Embassies, Ambassadors’ accommodation), labour/employment law (sickness-related matters, labour conditions, dismissal), immunity and (commercial and corporate) litigation.




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